In Oct 2019, the SgEC had awarded 6 core projects in the broad area of energy, specifically on the topic of decarbonization for this tranche. These projects are expected to begin in Jan 2020 and be completed by 2021. Findings from these projects will help to catalyze a broad range of technologies to capture existing carbon dioxide from industrial applications and sequester it or cost effectively convert it to useful products. This research has the potential to reduce carbon emissions in line with Singapore’s national goal
Thematic: Renewable hydrogen and carbon capture and utilization options for industry energy efficiency improvements.
- Design of novel mixed matrix membranes and thin-film composite membranes for ultra-efficient
- Enhancing the energy efficiency of refining and chemical sectors via a next-generation framework
- Low-Cost Robust Self-supported Catalyst Beads for Methane Cracking
- A novel integrated process for CO2 capture, storage and utilization with wastes
- Seawater (Photo)-Electrolysis for Renewable Hydrogen Production
- Surface Modification of MOF Adsorbents with Ultrathin Hydrophobic Layers for Moisture-Resistant CO2 Capture